Baltimore County Hires MCPS Administrator as Schools Superintendent

Baltimore County Hires MCPS Administrator as Schools Superintendent

Plus: Montgomery County honors Vietnam veterans; Silver Spring to get bowling alley and public space

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Montgomery Schools administrator chosen as Baltimore County’s next superintendent

Baltimore County’s school board has name Darryl L. Williams as the system’s next superintendent at its meeting Tuesday night. Williams is the associate superintendent for eight school clusters in Montgomery County Public Schools and was formerly the principal of Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring from 2007 to 2011. [Baltimore Sun]

Montgomery County honors Vietnam veterans

Montgomery County officials, including former County Executive Isiah Leggett, honored 130 service members from the county who died in the Vietnam War at a ceremony Tuesday. The ceremony marked one year since a wall honoring the veterans was dedicated on Rockville’s Memorial Plaza. [WTOP]

Downtown Silver Spring set for $10 million refresh

Downtown Silver Spring will receive a $10 million overhaul that will include a new bowling alley and lounge and a new public space located at 908 Ellsworth Drive. [Washington Business Journal]

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